5 Easy & Self Fixes for Snoring😴🤗

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Do you snore? Are you being the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ? If yes, DON’T panic,you may be among 40 percent of adult men and 24 percent of adult women who snore habitually or occasionally.

Once you understand why you snore, you can find the right solutions to a quieter, deeper sleep—for both you and your sleep partner.

Why you snore:

When you can’t move air freely through your nose and throat during sleep that makes the surrounding tissues vibrate, which produces the familiar snoring sound.

It happens when

  • Being overweight
  • Age
  • Alcohol, smoking, and medications
  • Nasal and sinus problems
  • Sleep posture
  • Sleep Apnea, a serious sleep disorder where your breathing is briefly interrupted many times each night and feeling extreme sleepiness during the day.

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How you can self-help: 

1. Change/Wash Your Pillows once every couple weeks: Allergens in your bedroom and in your pillow may contribute to…

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18 Ways to Get Over a Breakup

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We’ve all been through bad breakups, and by the third time around, you think you’d be better at handling them. But the truth is, it’s just as hard each time. Either the spark disappears or you grow apart and want different things, or even worse, someone cheats. Whatever the case is, healing from breakups is hard and I have some tried and tested tips to help you cope.

Cry (a lot) and this will last a few days

Pent up emotions have a way of coming out in the most random places. To avoid a break down in the cereal aisle of the grocery store or in your office break room, let yourself cry if you need to. Once you let it all out, you’ll feel emotionally cleansed.

Buy a tub of ice cream and binge-watch Netflix

It’s completely okay to let yourself bum out and feel sad. Watch shows…

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Why Are So Many Indian Arranged Marriages Successful? The upsides of relinquishing choice, deciding quickly, & lower expectations: Utpal Dholakia Ph.D.(Posted Nov 24, 2015)

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While conducting personal research on qualities to look for when choosing a partner, I fell into this article on arranged marriages. I first learned of this practice as a young adult and immediately dismissed it as ridiculous and empathized with women who didn’t have a voice in choosing their partner and were forced into marriage without love being a part of the equation. Thirty years and a different mindset later, I’ve learned that a major disadvantage is lacking knowledge of what love really is, and choosing partners for the wrong reasons based on skewed value systems. Of course, if the family background is one of dysfunction, like mine, it’s possible you still might do a little better in your choices than your parents based on what you saw growing up. I automatically ruled out the absence of a job and a lifestyle that increased the odds of jail time. The…

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My Week 205: The Nothing Box Explained

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So I’m still on a ship and the wifi is about what you’d expect, so for now, here’s something I worked up before we left. This blog may contain stereotypes, so sue me—if you can find me…

A couple of weeks ago, I referenced something called the “Nothing Box”. I’m not sure how many people know what that is, so I thought I’d provide some background and context:

Every morning, Ken wakes up super early to take the dog out for a walk. When he’s done, he comes back into the bedroom and immediately falls back to sleep. I’m a tolerant person, but I have my limits, and the other morning I announced, “If you want to keep doing this you’ll be sleeping in another room tonight.” And it was a REASONABLE response because A) I’m on my holidays and B) I have no desire to be awakened at 6:30…

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